Democratic Presidential Debate

State Representative Jonathan Kinney

Fellow Mainers,  Did you watch the recent Democrat Presidential Debate? I reviewed it and this is what I heard: Gut the Second Amendment.Destroy the Capitalism that this country was founded on. Destroy Private Health Insurance that 120 million Americans and all our hospitals rely upon to properly fund our healthcare system.Institute Government Socialism.Have Government Employees … Read moreDemocratic Presidential Debate

Bond Packages

State Representative Jonathan Kinney

Our fellow York County Citizens: Please reach out to your State Senator and Representative and thank them for not passing all the bond packages, with the exception of the Transportation Bond. That was certainly good news to sum up a very difficult legislative session. Our Republicans showed outstanding unity during the special session. Regards, Jonathan … Read moreBond Packages

2019 Amos Tuck Golf Tournament

State Representative Jonathan Kinney

Save The Date: Friday, July 26, 2019Amos Tuck Golf TournamentProvince Lake Golf Course, Parsonsfield, ME Includes 18 Holes of Golf , Golf Cart, and BBQA $10,000.00 Hole in One Prize! Hosted by the York’s County Republican CommitteeFor more information or tickets:Contact Jon Kinney 207-205-6666, or Tournament Chair Brad Littlefield 207-459-9412 Please consider attending this fund … Read more2019 Amos Tuck Golf Tournament

BIG WIN: National Popular Vote Loses Key House Vote

State Representative Jonathan Kinney

Great Article by Eric Brakey Please review the roll call votes listed and write to either congratulate or admonish your elected officials for either voting in accordance with their Oath office, or are they violating their Oath of Office. Jonathan KinneyYCRC Chair Yesterday started with a bang when I joined House and Senate Republican leaders … Read moreBIG WIN: National Popular Vote Loses Key House Vote

LD 822

State Representative Jonathan Kinney

Hello York County Republicans! LD 822, An Act to Prohibit the Sale of Motor Fuel Containing More Than 10 Percent Ethanol, was not only unanimously voted out of Committee Ought to Pass, it was passed in the House and Senate without the need for a roll call vote. But Gov Mills, for the first time … Read moreLD 822